A Matter of Maternal Malnutrition? Explaining Stillbirth/Neonatal Death Rates in Developing Nations

This article investigates potential reasons for the staggering stillbirth/neonatal death rates in developing countries and suggests maternal malnutrition may be to blame.
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About Author: Lisa Fehr

Lisa Fehr is a midwifery student who lives in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, with her husband and three young daughters. She hopes to someday work as a midwife among women in less fortunate countries.

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